Contents: Doris Weiss: Social Exclusion and the Struggle for Integration in Australia – Arran Gare: Aboriginals, Colonists
and Multiculturalism: The Dialectic of Recognition and Social Exclusion in Australian History – Michela Betta: Australian
multiculturalism: sorting out benefits and deficiencies. On social inclusion policies between monarchy and republic – James
Jupp: Access and equity in Australia – Alastair Davidson: Citizens and Pariahs: Australia faces globalisation – John Lack:
Australian Immigration: policy and history – Imma Di Biase: Conquering the «New Gold Mountain». A short history of Chinese
migration to Australia – Michela Betta: From assimilation to ethnic business - the emergence of multiculturalism in Australia.
A brief analysis of socio-economic and cultural patterns of the Italian and German migration movements – Zuleyka Zevallos/Michael
Gilding: ‘I’m not your typical blond-haired, blue-eyed Skippy’: Second generation Australians and multiculturalism – Maila
Stivens: Babies, Borders and Boundaries: Cultural Politics Overboard in Australia – Bettina Cass: Inclusion/Exclusion in the
Australian Welfare State – Barbara Pocock/John Buchanan: Social exclusion and the Australian labour market: Reconfiguring
inequality in work and care – Michael Gilding: Inequality and social class in Australia – Mark Harris: The marginalisation
of Aboriginal Australians: historical and contemporary dimensions – Verity Burgmann: A sorry tale of exclusion: the Howard
Governments versus indigenous Australians, 1996-2003 – Sue Goodwin: Gender and social exclusion in Australia – Renata Summo-O’Connell:
Artistic expression and Community arts in Australia: the fundamental right to negotiate (displaced) identity within policies
of exclusion. A case study – Graham Willett: Social Exclusion and Gay and Lesbian People.